Heritage Schools Trail

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Former Stamford Girls’ School & Gan Eng Seng School

Former Hong Wen School

Former Yock Eng High School

St Andrew’s School

Former Olson Building, Methodist Girls’ School

Former Fairfield Girls’ School

St Patrick’s School

Former Tanjong Katong Girls’ School

Chong-Wen Ge (Former Chong Hock Girls’ School)

Former Vinayagananda Tamil School

Alsagoff Arab School

Former St Anthony’s Boys School & St Anthony’s Convent

Former Nan Hwa Girls’ School

Former Chong Cheng Boys’ School & Chong Pun Girls’ School

Anglo-Chinese School

Former Tao Nan School (now The Peranakan Museum)

Chinese High School Clock Tower Building

Former Saint Joseph's Institution (now Singapore Art Museum)

Chui Eng Free School

Chung Cheng High School (Main) Administration Building and Entrance Arch

Heritage Schools Trail

51 loved this Trail

  1. Former Stamford Girls’ School & Gan Eng Seng School
  2. Former Hong Wen School
  3. Former Yock Eng High School
  4. St Andrew’s School
  5. Former Olson Building, Methodist Girls’ School
  6. Former Fairfield Girls’ School
  7. St Patrick’s School
  8. Former Tanjong Katong Girls’ School
  9. Chong-Wen Ge (Former Chong Hock Girls’ School)
  10. Former Vinayagananda Tamil School
  11. Alsagoff Arab School
  12. Former St Anthony’s Boys School & St Anthony’s Convent
  13. Former Nan Hwa Girls’ School
  14. Former Chong Cheng Boys’ School & Chong Pun Girls’ School
  15. Anglo-Chinese School
  16. Former Tao Nan School (now The Peranakan Museum)
  17. Chinese High School Clock Tower Building
  18. Former Saint Joseph's Institution (now Singapore Art Museum)
  19. Chui Eng Free School
  20. Chung Cheng High School (Main) Administration Building and Entrance Arch
Category
Culture & Community, Architecture
Organised by
Urban Redevelopment Authority
Number of points
20

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Remember the times we ran down the school corridor? Played hopscotch at the school canteen? Waited at the gate for mum to bring us home? For many of us, the schools that we grew up in are part of our childhood memories. They are places where we were educated, introduced to life beyond our family, and met teachers and classmates that influenced our lives.